MORDICHRIST Taps Former DYING FETUS Drummer For Debut CD

MORDICHRIST, the Swedish black metal band featuring DARK FUNERAL guitarist Chaq Mol, has tapped drummer Erik Sayenga (ex-DYING FETUS, WITCH-HUNT, LACERATION) to play on its upcoming full-length debut, tentatively due in early 2007 through Regain Records.

As previously reported, MORDICHRIST has uploaded the cover artwork for its "Dressed In Menace" limited-edition seven-inch single to its MySpace page. Due in September via Danza Ipnotica, the single will feature two songs, both of which will appear on the band's full-length CD. The tracks "Villainy" and "The Fallen" can currently be heard on the group's MySpace site.

MORDICHRIST previously issued a limited-edition (500 copies) 10-inch mini-LP via Danza Ipnotica.

MORDICHRIST singer Nenia is going lend her diabolical voice to the German black metallers CAEDES on their new CD. No further information is currently available.


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